Can you imagine taking footsteps on the same exact ground of the ones that lived back then? Do you ever place yourself through their eyes on what it must have been like? Visiting the Pearl Harbor USS Arizona Memorial was not only educational, but it was extremely amazing and gives you a perspective that you won’t ever forget. We’ve learned the history of Pearl Harbor in textbooks during history class in high school but most of us…

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I love pineapples. I also LOVE visiting Hawaii. Are you planning a visit? This plantation is not one to miss as you would probably want a taste of this Dole Pineapple Ice cream. Dole Plantation 64-1550 Kamehameha Hwy Wahiawa, HI 96786 (808) 621-8408   Besides the ice cream, there are so man cute things here for gifts or for your keepsake. This Hello Kitty is the best gift to give to your little girls because not only is…

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Have you ever wondered what it was like to live in the 1880’s? It’s such a different world back then, but it’s so amazing to learn where we came from. A great place for a family activity located in Eatonville, Washington. The heart of education and history right here in Pioneer farm! There are so many activities here in the farm to see what it’s really like to live during this time.   We were in awe by…

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Do you love walking trails? By walking trails, I mean jogging, biking, running, and walking trail! Puyallup, Washington has the best trail by far in my opinion because of its special features. I think it’s because I’m a mom that I find this trail the best there is that meets our mom standards. What I mean by that is:   It is paved. So good for strollers especially if we have young kids that always ends up…

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Hello, Friends! It’s time for Travel Tuesday! Wildwood Park in Puyallup, Washington is REALLY nice. If you live close by or visiting this area… this park is not one to miss! There’s lots of good things here like how it’s super shaded so when it’s hot, you can totally have a place to cool off. Isn’t this Lemonade Stand so cute? Mimi ran up to this and started to pretend making some lemonades to sell.   Wildwood…

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It’s Travel Tuesday and it’s time for another chapter of the Playground Discovery series! Playgrounds, playgrounds, playgrounds! Oh, how much we love you so. We found this playground by accident while visiting the Marine Park over at the Columbia Gorge in Cascade Locks, Oregon. This place was really close, like four minutes away to the KOA we were staying at! We initially were just going for a day at a park and exploring what’s around there, but it…

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As a child, I didn’t really have too many chances to go on family trips and I think this is why I have certainly made this a goal in my own family life. Whether it’s a short trip during the weekend or a week long road trip, I cherish each moment because time really does move quickly and before I will know it… my children will be teenagers or moving out of our home! Yikes, let’s not…

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We started Summer break early this year by starting off our first camping trip at the KOA Holiday in Cascade Locks, Oregon. Oregon is like a second home to us since we used to live nearby so this area is one of our favorite places to visit. There’s something about camping that rejuvenates us and gives us a fresh break from the daily life of work and school. Just being outside and enjoying time with the family…

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